The Porsche Museum in Stuttgart's Zuffenhausen district was opened in 2009 after 4 years of construction. The architectural design of the spectacular building was created by the Vienna-based architectural office DMAA - Delugan Meissl Associated Architects. The concept for the museum's interior was developed by Stuttgart-based HG Merz Architekten. A sculpture by the English artist Gerry Judah, designed for the Porscheplatz, also serves as a visual focal point for visitors from all over the world. Three pillars up to 24 meters high each carry a Porsche 911 at their tips. With regularly changing special exhibitions, the Porsche Museum continues to delight its visitors and attracts up to 450,000 people to Stuttgart every year. I had the pleasure of documenting one of the exhibitions to capture the interaction between architecture and automotive enthusiasm. The living tradition and the dynamism of the Porsche brand were to be expressed in pictures.